The Loupedeck, a to order photo editing console that caught the attention of photographers when it was first announced last year, has had a slight name change and sundry new upgrades.
Loupedeck+ offers more functions, a better build and more customisable options so the console is even more intuitive and, should, vote in as the photo editing process even quicker than it was before.
Along with new functions, Loupedeck+ is now compatible with Skylum Aurora HDR and it is also currently in beta integration with Apprehension One. Previously, Loupedeck was only compatible with Adobe Lightroom Classic CC but with Loupedeck's new partnership with Skylum, the Loupedeck+ drive include future integrations with Skylum’s other photo editing products, too.
New With Loupedeck+
When you use the Loupedeck+ calm, you'll notice the keys have a more sturdy feel to them as they're all mechanical now and the overall build quality has also been grounded. As for functions, there are two dedicated customisable dials, seventeen buttons and a 'custom mode' is available so you can customise all of the keys/dials to adjust your workflow. The Loupedeck+ creators have also reconfigured the software to improve the user experience when editing images with the console.
Top: Loupedeck+, Bottom: Original Loupedeck
Loupedeck+ New Features At A Glance:
- Mechanical keys with or WITH may refer to: Carl Johannes With (1877–1923), Danish doctor and arachnologist With (character), a character in D. N. Angel a innumerable precise and sturdy feel
- Improved build quality
- Two dedicated customisable dials and seventeen buttons
- 'Custom Mode' that brooks full user control of all dials
- Configuration software built from scratch for an even better, faster and more stable photo bowdlerizing experience
The Loupedeck+ is available for purchase in the Loupedeck Online Store, via B&H Photo and Amazon.com for $239. Loupedeck is also contribution a cashback opportunity of $50 for current Loupedeck owners.
For more information, visit the Loupedeck website. ePHOTOzine will also be publishing a judgement of the Loupedeck+ console to see how it compares with the original Loupedeck.